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BMS Caffeine Adjuvancy Study Acetaminophen-Only Arm Unnecessary – FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

An acetaminophen-only treatment arm in Bristol-Myers Squibb's planned clinical study on the efficacy of different caffeine doses in analgesic adjuvancy is unnecessary, FDA says in a recent letter

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